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Event Sponsorship

Make an impression with your employees, customers and the community by sponsoring one of our events.

Your sponsorship will help ensure that more people in our community have access to nutritious food and can remain in their homes. Your support will also align your brand with a well-known and respected nonprofit that for more than 40 years has brought our community together to create food security and housing stability through action and advocacy. Sponsorships show you are committed to the health of the community and will increase your company’s visibility. Sponsorship levels range from $250 to $7,500.

For more information, please contact Beth Johnson, Community Engagement Manager, 608-826-3414.

Chip in to End Hunger

Golf foursomes take part in an annual event at picturesque Bishops Bay Country Club. Chip in to End Hunger begins with a 10 a.m. shotgun scramble start, with golfers moving quickly through the course, several hole contests and a putting green contest. The event is capped at 132 participants to ensure quick play and culminates with the after-event awards and cookout, where golfers can stay briefly or linger on the club’s outdoor patio on the shore of Lake Mendota. Sponsorship levels available from $600 to $7,000. All sponsorships at $2,000 and above include complimentary golf and carts for a foursome, offering you the chance to treat employees or key clients to a round of golf at an iconic private course.

Holiday Art Market

About 1,200 people attend this event that helps kick off the holiday season. More than 50 vendors — many of them local artists — provide the backdrop for a fun and festive atmosphere. Each vendor donates at least 20% of their proceeds back to benefit our food and housing programs, making this event a must-attend for many locals.

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Build Stability in Our Community

Now, more than ever, your support helps ensure that people in our community have enough nutritious food to eat and can remain in stable housing.